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Since publication of the first edition in 1976, The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated has provided a detailed, authoritative, highly illustrated and accessible guide to the regulations that must be adhered to when constructing, altering or extending a building in England and Wales. This latest edition has been fully revised throughout. Much of the content has been completely rewritten to cover the substantial changes to the Regulations since publication of the 13th edition, to ensure it continues to provide the detailed guidance needed by all those concerned with building work, including architects, building control officers, Approved Inspectors, Competent Persons, building surveyors, engineers, contractors and students in the relevant disciplines.
The book provides a practical guide, with worked examples, to the Scottish Building Regulations. The new edition takes account of substantial revisions to the Regulations on fire and means of escape, structural stability, conservation of fuel and power, and drainage.
The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated provides a straightforward, well illustrated guide to building control in England and Wales. The Eleventh Edition has been updated and revised to include: * revisions to Part K 'Protection from falling, collision and impact' dealing with regulations on windows, skylights, ventilators and sliding or powered doors and gates * new requirements of Part N 'Glazing' on safe operation and access for cleaning for windows, skylights and ventilators * new regulations under Part M extending accessibility requirements for disabled people to dwellings * amendments to the Approved Document to support Regulation 7 on materials and workmanship. The legal and administrative chapters have been completely rewritten to take account of the rapid expansion of the approved inspector system and amendments to the Building Act 1984. A new chapter summarises eighteen Acts of Parliament and statutory instruments that relate to building control.
'Building Regulations in Brief' cuts through the confusion to explain the meaning of the regulations, their history, current status, requirements, associated documentation and how local authorities view their importance, as well as emphasising the benefits and requirements of each regulation.
Almost all buildings erected or altered in England and Wales must satisfy the requirements of the building regulations. This essential reference has been revised in line with new legislation up to January 2004, including important revisions to Parts B, E, H, J, L1, L2, and M and an outline of the proposed Part P. Each chapter explains in clear terms the appropriate regulation and any other legislation, before explaining the approved document. The Appeals and Determinations have been repositioned at the end of each chapter. Publications lists and relevant sources of information are also included, together with annexes devoted to legislation relevant to the construction industry, determinations made by the Secretary of State, and sample check lists. This highly illustrated and practical approach to the subject makes this the indispensable, one-stop reference guide for professionals and students.
This popular guide focuses on common misconceptions in the application of the Wiring Regulations. It explains in clear language those parts of the Regs that most need simplifying, outlining the correct procedures to follow and those to avoid. Emphasis has been placed on areas where confusion and misinterpretation is common, such as earthing and bonding, circuit design and protection, and in particular the increased use of RCDs. It is an affordable reference for all electrical contractors and other workers involved in electrical installations. It will enable safe and efficient compliance and help answer queries quickly to ensure work complies with the latest version of the Wiring Regulations. With the coverage carefully matched to the syllabus of the City & Guilds Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations (2382-10 and 2382-20) and containing sample exam questions and answers, it is also an ideal revision guide. Brian Scaddan, I Eng, MIET, is a consultant for and an Honorary Member of City & Guilds. He has over 35 years’ experience in Further Education and training. He is Director of Brian Scaddan Associates Ltd, an approved City and Guilds and NICEIC training centre offering courses on all aspects of Electrical Installation Contracting including the C&G 2382 series. He is also a leading author of books on electrical installation.

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